Double-sided high-quality wooden spec tags for your Honda minibike! Click the button below to get your Z50, CT70, or SL70 tag!
Uses pressurized water and a powder-like media to achieve a shiny finish on multiple different Honda parts!
Our motto is "Rebuilding Memories“ for a reason. We want to restore your bike to absolute mint condition, as if you had just bought it off the showroom floor!
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What do you like to do in your spare time?
I enjoy playing golf, trail hiking, and going on day trips with my wife Kellie and dog Madison.
How did you come to start Lil' Bikes?
Not being able to work in the winter is tough, so I was trying to find some projects to work on. I love working on minibikes, especially Hondas and Yamahas, so I founded this company. The reason for starting this company was because my fellow crewmate Kurt asked me to restore his 1971 Honda Z50.
You have a passion for minibikes...why?
I grew up on a farm in central Indiana. My mom and two brothers all had minibikes. We rode them everywhere. It became a passion of mine quickly. Also, my wife showed me a picture of her riding a minibike as a kid. That VERY quickly inspired me.
What is your best childhood memory with your minibike?
Going to the lake house at Racoon Lake and riding the trails around the lake. It was so much fun.
What do you want readers to know about you?
I am always on the go and always have a particular way of doing things. I am a very passionate person and a perfectionist.
"Just took delivery of a 1974 Z50. What a great experience. Incredibly high-quality work done on the mini trails with unbelievable attention to detail. Also, Tracy was very easy to deal with. Thanks for the great experience and for bringing my childhood to my son!"
- Gerard Maron, Facebook
"Tracy and Kellie are the absolute best!! Just received my '69 Honda Z50 and it’s awesome and so over the top perfect! If you want the best Lil’ Bikes Restoration is the place."
- Bradley Kellett, Facebook